On Sunday morning, Armenia announced that Azerbaijan was launching an attack against the Karabakh region, and that it had managed to shoot down two Azerbaijani helicopters and 3 drones.
The Lebanese army announced that gunmen in a car opened fire towards the guards at one of the army centers in the locality of Arman - Minya, in northern Lebanon, killing two soldiers, in addition to the killing of one of the gunmen, while the others fled to an unknown destination.
During the past week, Damascus witnessed a stifling economic and living crisis, while Egypt dealt a new blow to Turkey by transforming the Mediterranean Gas Forum into an international organization and the Lebanese crisis returned to the zero stage.
On Saturday, the US State Department accused Iran of arming and training what it described as "terrorists" in the Middle East.
The French presidency announced that President Emmanuel Macron will hold a press conference tomorrow, Sunday, seven in the evening, Paris time, devoted to the Lebanese situation, after the president-designate, Mustafa Adib, apologized for forming the government.
The British authorities resorted to withdrawing investments worth 6 million pounds sterling from Qatar after several reports of violations of human rights, and that more than 28 thousand foreign workers are living under bitter conditions.
A Greek government spokesman confirmed his country's refusal to hold discussions with Turkey regarding the disarmament of the islands in the Aegean Sea.
A spokesman for the police chief of Badakhstan province in eastern Afghanistan, Sanaullah Rouhani, announced the killing of a local police chief and 4 militants in clashes between the police and the Taliban Movement, following an attack launched by the latter.
In an urgent statement issued to the United Nations Human Rights Council, Germany, on behalf of 47 European countries, condemned Iran's human rights violations.
US officials said that the Trump administration is considering taking new steps to intensify pressure on the "Ansar Allah" Houthi group in Yemen, including the possibility of designating the latter as a foreign terrorist organization.
On Friday, at least 22 people were killed when a Ukrainian military transport plane crashed as it tried to land at Kharkiv Airport in northeastern Ukraine.